Best beaches in Brazil

Praia da Baía dos Porcos, Fernando de Noronha – Pernambuco
Little giant, that’s the beautiful Baía dos Porcos. A beach formed in the middle of the stone wall, surrounded by greenery and natural pools accessible during low tide, which makes it a great place for snorkeling (with some environmental preservation restrictions). Baía dos Porcos , considered one of the most beautiful beaches in Brazil, has greenish waters that are often visited by turtles, which adds even more charm to the place. Not to mention the incredible view of Morro Dois Irmãos.

Access to Baía dos Porcos is through Praia Cacimba do Padre , where there is a staircase and then a passage through stones. Like the other beaches in Fernando de Noronha, access is not easy, but it’s really worth it. Fernando de Noronha is champion among the most beautiful stretches of sand in Brazil and all of them could easily enter this list!


Praia da Ilha do Campeche, Florianópolis – Santa Catarina
Ilha do Campeche is one of those beautiful places that you cannot forget to visit in Florianópolis ! The island has a beach with crystal clear waters, calm and ideal for relaxing. In addition to being known for its beauty, it is also an archaeological heritage, as it has cave inscriptions of great value. To get to know the island, you need to go to Praia da Armação or Praia do Campeche, where you can take a small boat that makes the crossing to the place. It’s a beautiful ride!

For those looking for tranquility, the ideal is to go on a weekday, when the island receives fewer tourists! The small Ilha do Campeche, one of the best beaches in Brazil, is part of a preservation unit, with a limited number of daily visitors. In addition to the beach, visitors to Ilha do Campeche can also enjoy ecological walks along the east side of the island, where thousands of years old cave inscriptions can be found.


Praia da Ilha do Prumirim, Ubatuba – São Paulo
Ilha do Prumirim , in Ubatuba , has nothing to lose in terms of beauty to its more famous neighbor, Ilha das Couves , one of the most beautiful beaches in Brazil. for photos, Ilha do Prumirim is an unmissable visit for those who like portions of sand by the sea. With calm and shallow sea, Ilha do Prumirim is an excellent option for snorkeling. Take the mask so you don’t miss the fish and turtles that pass by and feast on tourists. From there, enjoy the quiet Praia do Prumirim , where there are good restaurants and sunbeds to relax in the middle of the beaches of Ubatuba .


Lagoa do Paraíso Beach, Jericoacoara – Ceará
Lagoa do Paraíso , in Jericoacoara , is one of the most beautiful in the region. With water in different shades of blue, Lagoa do Paraíso provides a great spectacle for the eyes and delights those who choose the place to rest. Hammocks in the water are already a tradition, but there are also several restaurants there, which place tables and chairs in the water so that visitors can relax even more. The lagoon has calm water and few waves, which guarantees the calm that so much matches Jeri. Those who want a little more excitement can enjoy the beach club with a mega structure that exists on site, after all, Jeri is also great for fans of trendy environments. See more in our Jericoacoara Guide .


Fourth Beach, Morro de São Paulo – Bahia
The Fourth Beach of Morro de São Paulo is the right place to get away from the crowd and enjoy the beautiful natural scenery of the island. With 4 km of sand and permeated with beautiful formations of natural pools, Quarta Praia is an invitation to isolate yourself and relax. The infrastructure of Quarta Praia is limited to the beginning of the strip of sand (near Terceira Praia), where the natural pools appear at low tide and even yield a good surface dive, with the opportunity to see small fish. Further ahead, you will find small, busy stretches, where some of the hotels and resorts on the Fourth Beach are located, including the famous Patachocas.

The Fourth Beach of Morro de São Paulo is usually the end point of the famous walk that starts at the First Beach. And as tourists get there a little tired, they don’t usually go on until the end. Don’t give up! Follow the walk to see the increasingly beautiful Fourth Beach, full of coconut trees and preserved vegetation. If the weather permits, at the end of the beach you will find a beautiful mangrove scenery, which separates Quarta Praia from Quinta Praia, also known as Praia do Encanto and which also deserves to be on our list of the best beaches in Brazil. It is worth mentioning that due to the large extension and more distant access, the Fourth Beach is never crowded. It’s a great choice for days when Morro de São Paulo is very busy.